So you've booked a round trip ticket to Iceland and have an ambitious plan of doing the entire ring road with less than a week in hand? With so many unique things to do and wishing to go off the beaten path once in a while as well, we have planned this perfect list of stopovers to complete your loop. This itinerary is suggested for a self-drive trip with at least six days in hand. The beauty of a self-drive holiday is that you will have the freedom and flexibility to do it at your own pace.
The roads in Iceland are in very good condition, especially for an Arctic location. They are smooth and well kept with no potholes and sketchy cliffs these roads are accessible on any kind of car in the months of summer but still its advisable to check the road conditions beforehand as they constantly change depending upon the weather conditions. To keep yourself updated with road scenarios opting for Wi-Fi service with your rental car might come in handy at all times to figure out the weather, gas stations and eateries. The internet is accessible from pretty much everywhere in Iceland, even in the most remote places, connectivity would never be an issue.